It’s made with egg or wheat flour noodles served in a broth flavored by beef and hen bones. It’s usually served with cabbage, hard-boiled egg, shredded rooster or beef, and wontons. Longganisa is usually made with pork and commonly eaten for breakfast as longsilog. When consumed as a breakfast dish, it’s enjoyed with sinangag , a fried egg, atchara , and a vinegar dipping sauce. Dozens of varieties exist however they normally fall into one of two general categories – de recado and hamonado. De recado refers to savory sausages whereas hamonado longganisas are more savory-sweet.